3 Biggest Questions Facing Green Bay Packers’ Offense Heading into 2020

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DETROIT, MI – DECEMBER 29: Allen Lazard #13 of the Green Bay Packers celebrates his fourth quarter touchdown pass against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field on December 29, 2019 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Rey Del Rio/Getty Images) /

3. Will anyone receiver emerge as a threat?

Davante Adams is set to have a monster season–if he can navigate all the defensive attention he’s about to receive. He’s proven himself as one of the best receivers in the game and, with few other pass-catching threats on this offense, he’ll have to fight tooth and nail for every reception.

Allen Lazard appears to have the other starting wide receiver position locked in and he’ll look to build on the momentum he created during the second half of last season. He’s a big-bodied player who can use his size advantage to box smaller corners out of the play. He’s also great at high-pointing the ball in the air.

Behind him, Marquez Valdes-Scantling figures to play a prominent role as the Packers’ only legitimate deep threat. He disappeared big time down the stretch of 2019 and the team needs more consistency from him.

After that, it’s slim pickings. Will Jace Sternberger be ready for action after basically redshirting his rookie year? What role will Deguara play? Can Aaron Jones improve his pass-catching chops even more? There are a lot of questions about Green Bay’s air attack.